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REVIEW: Áine Ní Ghlinn discussing ‘I dtír mhilis na mbeo’ 29 June 2017 – Posted in: News

We were delighted to hear this week that I dtír mhilis na mbeo was selected for discussion for 'Literary review of the week' on the show 'Údar cainte' on Raidió na Gaeltachta. Áine Ní Ghlinn, a poet and writer, leads the analysis on this programme with a focus on literary critique. I dtír mhilis na mbeo is the first short-story collection written by Colm Ó Ceallacháin. Áine spoke positively about the collection, saying that the… Continue reading
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Aon Scéal? – ‘An ríomhaire ilteangach’ reviewed 13 June 2017 – Posted in: News

Last month An ríomhaire ilteangach was discussed on the show ‘Aon Scéal?’, broadcast by Raidió na Life.  The author of the book Michal Boleslav Měchura spoke about its importance in the context of technology and the Irish language.  An ríomhaire ilteangach is a guide book that gives an insight into the functioning habits of computers when dealing with languages. After the discussion with Michal, the reviewer Eoin McEvoy spoke about his opinions of the book. … Continue reading
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Léirmheas Leabhar on TG4: I dtír mhilis na mbeo 2 June 2017 – Posted in: Léirmheas leabhar, News

Cois Life is delighted that I dtír mhilis na mbeo by Colm Ó Ceallacháin was chosen by Léirmheas Leabhar to be reviewed live on TG4.  The show takes place on a monthly basis, with a book being discussed and critiqued by two guest reviewers. Taking part in the discussion last night were Éilis Ní Anluain, a writer and novelist, along with Jody Coogan, a doctorate student currently studying in Queen’s University Belfast. Dr. Róisín Ní… Continue reading
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‘Íbíotsa’ by Labhrás Ó Finneadha – Book of the Month chosen by 1 June 2017 – Posted in: News

We are delighted to announce that Íbíotsa by Labhrás Ó Finneadha has been chosen as Book of the Month by Íbíotsa is a short story collection about life on the island of Ibiza, located in the middle of the Mediterranean sea. The stories include a wide range of characters; both young and old, from Ireland and from the island itself.  The humanity and complexity of the characters is emphasized throughout the stories, covering a wide… Continue reading
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